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1-to-1 programs are more effective when students are allowed to bring devices home so they “are really fluid between school and home,” ed-tech expert says.
The era of COVID has elevated video games to the top of the list of modern teaching tools
DA's National Technology Leadership Academy is a virtual event designed for technology leaders and their management teams that specifically focuses on the new role technology plays.
Now, more than ever, educators are prioritizing student wellbeing. After this tumultuous past year, fears, anxieties, and angst will persist. Social-emotional learning is key to helping manage these emotions, for […]
Many feel left out of conversation about class needs.
It is critical that K-12 leaders do all they can to celebrate the success their teachers and students have had with online and digital tools, FETC featured speaker Ann McMullan says.
Just a few weeks ago, the outlook for the 2021-22 school year had New Hampshire education officials expecting something like a return to a pre-COVID normal.
Project Tomorrow reveals a lack of trade-ins taking place.
A 'Zero Trust' mentality is key when implementing data privacy policies and practices for districts.
High-quality, digital materials that encourage collaboration and a caregiver to help with assignments enabled remote students to learn as effectively as their in-person classmates.
Fines arts programs had subsisted on a shoestring budget in Grand Rapids Public Schools but now its leaders will spend ESSER funds to buy art supplies, instruments and tickets to music festivals.
But Schools have yet to use technology to its full potential, say researchers who built a tool that lets educators share insights into how ed-tech works best.